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Alabama Regional, Multi-State or Multi-County Agencies or Commissions, M - Z

Collected by: Alabama State Archives

Archived since: Mar, 2010

Description:

This collection is composed of agencies and commissions that have authority over more than one county but generally are not state wide. Most of these are either regional planning commissions or water authorities. There are also efforts that cross state lines,such as the Southern Growth Policies Board, the Southern States Energy Board, and the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway Authority.

Subject:   Government - US States Government - Counties Government - Cities Economic development - Alabama Alabama - Government Alabama - Tourism Alabama - Industrial development Infrastucture - Alabama

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Title: Southeast Alabama Regional Planning and Development Commission Website

URL: http://www.searpdc.org/

Description: The Southeast Alabama Economic Development Partnership web site is designed to provide the most comprehensive economic development information about Southeast Alabama. This web site was created through funding from the Economic Development Administration and the Southeast Alabama Regional Planning and Development Commission. Through a partnership with local and state organizations, the content for the site was built and will be maintained. Because this is a dynamic and growing entity, please be sure to check back often for continued updates and improvements. This site is broken up into five unique categories: Industry, Tourism, Agriculture, Retirement, and Entrepreneurial/Small Business. By clicking on one of the images at the top of the first page, you can enter the corresponding section. Using the expanding menu on the left side of the first page, you can navigate directly to the subsections of each section. The large map of the United States with Alabama superimposed links you to the county profiles for the member counties of the industry section. The first page of each section consists of links to its subsections, a text scroller for general information, and changing images of the area. To navigate to another section of the site, simply click on the Partnership Home option on the section home page in order to return to the site home page. The most comprehensive and detailed information possible has been included in each section.

Captured 6 times between Apr 07, 2010 and Sep 13, 2012

Subject:   Economic development - Alabama Tourism - Alabama Houston County (Ala.),  Coffee County (Ala.) ,  Community development - Alabama Dothan (Ala.)

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